Matt Thompson Death – Obituary News: Former VP of Adobe Worldwide Operation has died .
We are sad to report that Matt Thompson, former executive vice president of Worldwide Field Operations of Adobe has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 12. 2021.
Very sad to learn the passing of Matt Thompson, a great leader and I had the honor and pleasure to work in Adobe.His charisma, keynotes, leadership, customer engagement and all night presence on the dance floor at sales conferences in Vegas Drake’s Nightclubs, you will be missed, Matt. R.I.P.
Matt Thompson was a board member of NCR Corporation, a leader in banking and commerce solutions, powering incredible experiences that make life easier. NCR enables transactions across financial, retail, hospitality, travel, telecom and technology industries.
He was also the former executive vice president of Worldwide Field Operations at Adobe. For over 13 years, he led the strategy and direction of Adobe’s global sales and customer success operations across Adobe Experience Cloud, Creative Cloud and Document Cloud.
Previously, he spent three years at Borland, where he served as senior vice president of Worldwide Field Operations and oversaw a global team across 23 countries.
Prior to Borland, he was senior vice president of Worldwide Sales at Marimba, Inc. and Cadence Design Systems, Inc. He also held senior executive sales positions at Calico Commerce (acquired by PeopleSoft) and Electronic Data Systems.
He previously served on the boards of Appirio and the Special Olympics of Northern California.
Condolences – Comments and Reactions.
Nora Rika wrote
I am so sorry to hear this. What a presence and personality he was at Adobe impacting so many around him.Hisahiro Hiro Shimizu wrote
Wow! What happened?? He wasn’t that old yet… R.I.P., Matt….J.Carlos Roo-Ortiz wrote
Sad and shocking news. Matt shaped many aspects of Adobe, and thus leaves a big legacy behind. May he Rest In Peace.Josh Shozen wrote
Matt was an inspirational leader and really enjoyed working with him. He will be missed by all.